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Photo Gallery: Taste of Greece at Holy Trinity church in McCandless

| Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013, 6:40 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Georganne Pounos of Emsworth makes loukoumades Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013, during the Taste of Greece festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Tim Triant of Dormont slices meat for gyros Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013, during the Taste of Greece festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Sharon and Gino Arlotti of Gibsonia look at paintings being sold Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013, during the Taste of Greece festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Rich Ross of Cranberry pours Loukoumades batter while Joanne Germanos of O'Hara Township guides it out Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013, during the Taste of Greece festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
A giant tent on the grounds of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church's new home in McCandless provides room for hundreds of diners Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013, during the Taste of Greece festival.

The congregation of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church had its first Taste of Greece Festival at its new home in McCandless from Aug. 28 through Sunday.

In addition to Greek food, the festival featured music, dancing and items for sale.

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